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Community Service Awards

On May 7, the Board of Education meeting, Manhasset High School honored 94 students who exemplify a life of service. [Read more…]

6,000…25 Percent…660,000…58 Percent

CASA_052015AThese numbers, documented by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), AAA and the National Safety Council have been haunting Jacy Good and her husband, Steve Johnson, for the past seven years. This spring, Manhasset CASA and the SCA sponsored “Hang Up and Drive,” a presentation on how distracted driving has become a national public safety crisis. The program featured Good and Johnson, national public speakers and advocates for cell-free roads. Good is one of the many faces behind the numbers. [Read more…]

Fleet Feet For Don Scott Memorial Run

DonScott052015DThe fifth annual Don Scott Memorial 5K Run took place on May 17 and more than 300 runners turned out to participate. “This is our biggest run so far,” said Don Scott’s son, named after his father. “We do this run to support colon cancer research and to help support Manhasset High School track and field and cross country.” The run is in memory of Don Scott, who was a teacher and coach at Manhasset High School for more than forty years. He died in 2010 after a battle with colon cancer. [Read more…]

Memorial Day Parade Schedule

140526 Memorial Parade 0320_Marching order and schedule

Matthew Falcone, commander of the Manhasset Post 304 American Legion, and James Brooks, parade chairman, have announced the parade order and schedule for the 2015 Manhasset Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Service. All Manhasset residents, their families and friends are invited to join the legion in this remembrance of the great sacrifices of our American heroes. While Memorial Day honors all deceased veterans, the theme of the parade this year is “The Greatest Battles of World War II: 70 Years Later, Lest we Never Forget.” [Read more…]

Manhasset Budget Passes

manhassetschoolManhasset Public Schools passes its 2015-16 budget.
1618 voted yes,
612 voted no.
Total voter turnout 2330.
Budget passed with a 72.56 percent majority.
Manhasset Board of Education candidates Ann Marie Fruhauf and Carlo Prinzo were reelected.
Board of Education election results were:
Ann Marie Curd-Fruhauf: 1617
Carlo Prinzo: 1499

Ribbons A New Tradition

TAKE HOME A MANHASSET COLORED RIBBON

The SCA urges all Manhasset residents to show pride in our community by participating in the upcoming school budget vote on Tuesday, May 19 at the Secondary School Gym between 6:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. 

In an effort to help Manhasset voters further demonstrate that pride, the SCA will be handing out a ribbon to each person who comes to the polls on May 19 and casts a vote – women will receive an orange ribbon, men will receive a blue one. 

The SCA asks voters to tie the ribbon on a tree outside of your home to show pride in Manhasset and to remind neighbors to vote.

 


Tower Sequins & Bowties

Tower_031415KThe Plandome Country Club was awash in Sequins & Bowties for the Tower Foundation’s 19th Annual Dinner Dance on Saturday, March 14. Dining, dancing and a do-good spirit energized the event as more than 350 revelers gathered to raise money for Tower’s 2015 initiative: Digitizing the English Classroom. [Read more…]

School Budget Up For Vote

School BudgetWith the support of state aid funding increases, the Manhasset Board of Education’s proposed 2015-16 budget is at the 2.52 percent allowable tax levy cap. [Read more…]

English Teacher Tops At MMS

EnglishTeachers_042915AThis past fall, the eighth grade team from Manhasset Middle School’s English Department was honored by the New York State English Council. The team received a “Program
of Excellence” award. This award is presented to exemplary English Language Arts programs, which support creative instruction and learning, and that have been in place for at least three years. [Read more…]

Manhasset Indians Crush Trojans In Woodstick

Woodstick_051315BThe lacrosse rivalry between Manhasset High School and Garden City High School has a history of over 127 years. This past Saturday, May 2, the Manhasset Indians once again captured the approval of the home crowd by winning the Woodstick Classic with a resounding 13 to 10 defeat over the Garden City Trojans. [Read more…]